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say that? >> he couldn't connect with voters. i voted for mitt rom nee. i think a lot of women are also generally on welfare programs as well and president obama has had this huge a lot of welfare spending and it's a lot of -- hard to get off the candy. it's obama giving you candy you don't want to vote for the person is not. >> i'm i think don't it's fair to say single women are mostly on welfare but they overwhelmingly voted for ob yaum yachl i'm not sure why they did. is there a war on women? do you buy that war on women thing? >> i don't like that phrase war on women. it implies women are victim buzz that is an overly sim pliftic analysis of why obama got the women to vote. >> bill: give me reason they did. go. >> because obama supports issues that matter to single women. period. he cares about issue that's matter to single women. womens health care, equal pay. >> when you say president obama cares about abortion what does that mean? what does he care about? >> supports not putting restrictions on a woman's right to choose. >> so, he supports in your mind, you're a single w
heart from nees from so and according to the law you can leave your pants off there, as well, if you choose, but that law may be about to change. coming up, the battle of whether people should be able to go nude in public in san francisco. >> all right. giuliana and bill rancic will be here, plus the legendary willie nelson out with a new book. it may have the greatest title of all time called "roll me up and smoke me when i die." >> i always like charles barkley's title of his book, "i may be wrong, but i doubt it." good title, too. >> more about that book coming up. >>> we want to begin with the teenager in pennsylvania who suffers from a rare condition that can cause her to sleep for days, weeks, even months at a time. we'll meet this young lady in a moment but first next's andrea canning is here with her story. andrea, good morning to her. >> reporter: good morning. it's called the sleeping beauty syndrome, so rare that only 1,000 people in the united states suffer from it, and while a lot of sleep-debriefed people might think it would be great to get extra rest, this has been no
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